Rammel Club #93 - Mark Morgan, Marie Thomson + Rebecca Lee, Lindow Moss. Tuesday 16th October

Rammel Club #093

Mark Morgan
New York based, originally from Michigan USA, Morgan was the guitarist and vocalist of the band Sightings (Load Records). For almost 20 years Sightings tirelessly extended the musical vocabulary and sonic landscape of the classic rock n roll guitar bass drum trio. Their unique use of technology, disregard for tradition and control over chaos left them peerless and genre-defying. The visceral and claustrophobic nature of their music made even the heaviest metal or gnarly punk sound nostalgic and lightweight.
On his new self titled solo record on Open Mouth Julie Cafritz said..."He’s not coming at this from a Pharoah Sanders-worshipping, free jazz-loving, sensibility. Rather, I hear his home town, Detroit. The record is scuzzy, and raw-sounding, punctuated with moments of utter desolation. Moments build, only to collapse again. There are even funky grooves but, of course, they fall apart. It’s fucking great."

Marie Thompson & Rebecca Lee
Rebecca Lee (Bredbeddle, If the Bell Rings we will Hear it) and Marie Thompson are sound makers based in Nottingham. Combining oboe and flute, they are interested in the constraints and opportunities offered by woodwind instruments in noisy musical spaces.

Lindow Moss
"The appropriately titled 1st by Nottingham newcomers Lindow Moss is one of the best demos I have heard this year. Filled with raw, primal violence and fuck-you attitude, its black metalpunk draws from the same pit of darkness as the likes of Bone Awl and Sump. It is nasty, riff-filled, and utterly lacking in grace – yet, my god, what an onslaught it is. With a bleeding red-red production and atmosphere that suggests everything could collapse at any given moment, this is the spirit of the underground in musical form, full of spit and bile, hideously ugly yet all but impossible to resist." - the sound not the word

£8 adv/ £10 Doors
8pm, Tuesday 16th October
at Chameleon, Nottingham.